The Enterprise Wearables Journey
How Wearable Computing Will Improve Your Business
March 26, 2015
Why Read This Report
If you're not thinking about how innovation in wearable computing will affect enterprises in 2015, you're slipping into the minority: Wearable devices — and the apps, software, and services that make those wearables truly valuable — are changing the way workers do their jobs and how consumers manage their lives. How can infrastructure and operations (I&O) leaders ensure that their organization succeeds in its enterprise wearables journey? You'll need a strategy for equipping employees with wearables to drive productivity and a second strategy for driving interaction innovation with customers. This report lays out the terrain you'll travel to do so. This is an update of a previously published report; Forrester reviews and updates it periodically for continued relevance and accuracy.
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Table of Contents
- Wearables Are Now A Legitimate Enterprise Priority
- Wearables Will Empower Both Physical And Virtual Work Scenarios
- Adoption Of Wearables Will Happen Over A Decade
- Re-Engineer Business Processes With Wearable Technology
WHAT IT MEANS
- Enterprise Wearables Will Be A Bigger Market Than Consumer
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